Presenter: Sarah Watamura, PhD
University of Denver
Chair, Psychology Department
Co-Director of the Stress Early Experience & Development Research Center
Dr. Watamura is a developmental psychobiologist by training, a dedicated applied researcher of stress, adversity and health in children and families, a teacher and mentor, a preventative intervention developer, and an engaged community scholar.
Dr. Watamura will define and describe toxic stress, why it is important and how it can be prevented or mitigated. This session is ideal for people interested in child development, parenting, the prevention of adverse childhood experiences and neuroscience.
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